CABB

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AcronymDefinition
CABBCalifornia Business Bank
CABBCyclically Adjusted Budget Balance (governmental economics)
CABBConsular Affairs Bulletin Board (online travel resource)
CABBCentre of Agricultural Biochemistry and Biotechnology (Pakistan)
CABBCalifornia Association of Business Brokers
CABBConfederación Argentina de Basquetbol (Argentine Basketball Federation)
CABBCompact Array Broadband Backend
CABBCape Ann Big Band
CABBCentre d'Aviation du Bassin de Briey (French aviation center)
CABBClassic Alliance of Beauty and the Beast (TV)
CABBCommissie voor Advies voor Bezwaar-en Beroepschriften (Dutch: Objections and Appeals Advisory Committee; Tilburg University; Holland)
CABBCatamaran Association of Biscayne Bay (Florida)
CABBCanadian Animal Blood Bank
CABBCedar Avenue Big Band
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-The Cyclically Adjusted Budget Balance in EU Fiscal Policymaking." Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy, 45(1).
Cyclically adjusted budget balances (CABs) are routinely used in the analysis of fiscal policy.
(1.) The cyclically adjusted budget balance shows the estimated budget balance if the economy were operating at its potential level.
ways to improve the measure of the cyclically adjusted budget balance; and 3.
Fiscal policy was expansionary in 1990: the recorded improvement in the cyclically adjusted budget balance reflected a delay in tax refunds.
The cyclically adjusted budget balance improves by half a percentage point to 0.1% of GDP in 2004.
Fiscal policy turned out to be broadly neutral in 1990 in terms of the cyclically adjusted budget balance. The budget proposal for 1991 aims at unchanged real expenditure and declining public consumption, including cuts in public employment.
It plots the total and the cyclically adjusted budget balance against the output gap.
(2009), 'Uncertainty bounds for cyclically adjusted budget balances', in Larch, M.
Tujula (2001), "Cyclically adjusted budget balances: An alternative approach", ECB Working Paper 77, Frankfurt.